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MIWM international scholarships webinars - Shared screen with speaker view
Dimo
05:21
hello everyone
Brian McIntosh
06:05
education@watercentre.org
Pedro Ribeiro
47:56
Hi Brian, thanks for the great presentation, and congratulations to IWC for working in a holistic management. I am interested in Urban Water Management program, could you speak a bit more on the placement possibilities? Does the IWC have a partnership with governments, utility companies, or private companies that works in an urban environment? Or the idea is to the student to develop these partnerships to work in the final project? Also, my goal to attend to the professional master is to finish the course with the right abilities to lead water projects in Urban areas. Do you think the program is the right one to fulfill my goal? To finish, could also explain how the program decide the tutor that will support the students during the process? Are there any guidelines for this process?
muhammadsalikali
49:17
Hi Dear Brian, Morning and Thanks for useful information you delivered
Brian McIntosh
51:24
www.watersensitivecities.org.au
Lydia
51:35
Hello Brian, thanks for the presentation. Is it possible to do your project with your employer during your study
Astrid
52:08
Hi Brian, and thank you for your presentation. I would like to know if the program considers participation in international spaces such as the conventions on biodiversity, climate change?.
Pedro Ribeiro
52:22
Great! That is exactly what I am look for. I am aware about the CRC work. Thanks
Isaac Amoesih Kwofie
54:27
Thank you Brian for the opportunity. Could you please speak a bit on how final year projects are funded.
BYAMNOBE MLONGECA
55:21
Hi Dr. Brian, thank you for the presentation, i would like to know if is it possible for someone who has applied for 10 weeks of English before starting the Program in February intake to apply for IWC Scholarships?
Udeme
55:36
Thank you Brian for the presentation, are the final project funded from any of the scholarship you talked about or can you expantiate a bit more on this.
shailendra karki
56:07
thanks Brian for your wonderful presentation in continue with Astrid question I would like to also know of possibility for phd studies with relations to glacial water if IWC provides with sililar program
Udeme
58:12
Can someone with a masters on Environmental Managment be considered for the funding or do you have any specific criteria to qualify for the funding in Type A countries
BYAMNOBE MLONGECA
59:08
Thank you !
SO
01:03:20
Udeme, the IWC is keen to attract a highly multi-disciplinary group with diverse skill sets ranging from social sciences, law and policy through to the natural and environmental sciences to engineering. If you feel that you meet the eligibility requirements and selection criteria below then you may apply for the scholarship.To apply for an IWM scholarship, you must have all of the following:• A completed undergraduate degree in a related field of study from an internationally-recognised institution;• At least two years of professional experience (paid work or volunteering experience) relevant to the program;• Applicants must receive a full offer of admission into the MIWM program from Griffith University.
Aster
01:03:44
Hi, Brian. Thank you for the presentation. Could you please describe about the opportunity for phd after we finish on master management programm? is there any IWC scholarship too?
Brian McIntosh
01:06:30
education@watercentre.org
SO
01:06:31
PHD funding opportunityhttps://www.gooduniversitiesguide.com.au/scholarships#.Vtyi6px97IV
Dimo
01:07:14
HI Brian. thank you for your pressentation.
SO
01:07:25
Thank you for your attendance everyone and have a great day
Pedro Ribeiro
01:07:37
Thank you and good luck for everyone that is applying for the scholarship.
Aster
01:07:44
Thank you all
Astrid
01:07:54
Thank you so much , best for all
BYAMNOBE MLONGECA
01:07:55
Thank you so much Dear Brian !